Eternal MMA 71 Where to watch, Live Stream, Fight Card and more

by Christina S. Brown
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This week sees a slew of Eternal MMA 71 alumni in action, as numerous past medalists advance in the pro ranks.

Our headline bout of the evening is a Bantamweight Championship bout between Shaun Etchell and Rod Costa.

Eternal MMA 71 Start Time:

This event takes place at HBF Stadium in Western Australia, Australia and starts at 2 AM ET | 2.30 PM AWST

How to watch: Eternal MMA 71 Live

Eternal MMA 71 will live broadcast UFC Fight Pass also here.

Eternal MMA 71 Fight Card:


Fight Card (Pro):

  • Shaun Etchell (c) vs. Rod Costa – Eternal bantamweight title
  • Coby Porter vs. Sebastian Ortiz
  • Jesse Armstrong vs. Chris Drummond
  • Brad Ramsey vs. Kevin Kophamel

Fight Card (Amateur):

  • Laurence Whitesmith vs. Tom Ackerly
  • Moses Deng vs. Tristan O’Brien
  • Brayden Ion vs. Ashby Tink
  • Ryan Jankowski vs. Richy Diaz
  • Jesse Ukich vs. Bryce Cordon
  • Jett Waller vs. Shannon Staples
  • Steve Russell vs. Spencer Moseley

Eternal MMA 71 Preview:

Eternal MMA honors its ‘Icons’ for their contributions to the growth and success of not only Eternal MMA, but Australian combat sports in general. We recognize people who have been instrumental in guiding Australian mixed martial arts in its endeavors at every level, from the grassroots of local martial arts education to the peak of international competition.

Eternal MMA is pleased to feature Tim ‘Quickdraw’ Moore this week.

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Tim is a former Eternal MMA flyweight champion who contested eight times under the Eternal MMA banner, winning five of his bouts and defending his flyweight title once.

Tim, like many other children growing up in Australia’s northeast, got his start in sports through rugby league. After facing some adversity at the age of 19, he chose to join a mixed martial arts gym in the hopes of establishing himself on a better path.

Tim took the decision to fight professionally after a few wins soon after starting training six nights a week. Recognizing his ability to fight at a high level, he dedicated himself to the sport and went on to become a true icon of Australia’s regional MMA scene.

Tim was one of the first athletes to compete under the Eternal MMA banner, having fought on Eternal 1 at the Gold Coast’s Southport Sharks. Tim is also one of only four competitors to have competed in Eternal MMA’s first three events.

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